This Hospital Threw A Giant Slumber Party For Its Young Patients

Rock A Bye Baby in B Minor

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This is the new Montreal Children's Hospital. It's beautiful, but unfamiliar to its new residents, who had been moved from the hospital's old building.

Then, Maestro Kent Nagano from the Montreal Symphony Orchestra arrived with patient David Saracino, 11. David has Crouzon syndrome and has undergone three major operations on his skull.

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"It's a serious disease but he's a little cutie patootie," Kim Fraser, the hospital's vice president of marketing and communications, told BuzzFeed Canada.

"We thought, why not have them come to the children and play the world's biggest lullaby to help get kids asleep, because it's always weird when you are in a new building," Fraser said.

Watch more of the musical slumber party here.